Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Osage Indians, Osage Indians Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=9w8TAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
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The metadata below describe the original scanning. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.). See also the What is the directory structure for the texts? FAQ for information about file content and naming conventions. Topics: Jesuits, Frontier and pioneer life, Osage Indians
byWedel, Mildred Mott ; Blaine, Martha Royce ; Moore, Gordon
Contents: Identification of the Deer Creek site with a Panipiquees Village; Time Depth of Wichita Village Occupation at the Deer Creek Site; Pre- 1740 French-Wichita Trade; Chronological review of the circumstances that led to cooperative Wichita-French hunting and meat processing activities at the Deer Creek site; The Myth of Fernandina; The Archeologists' Challenge. APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Topic: archaeology wichita native american osage indian indians
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On Jan 28th, 2010, Louis Gray, who set up and runs a drug and alcohol counseling program for the Osage Nation out of the State of OK USA came on as a guest on COOP Radio 102.7 FM CFRO out of Vancouver Canada, with host Reginald Angus Argue. During the conversation talk was about Louis' program PRT, which provides an individualized treatment service and is flexible to meet the unique needs of each client within the Native American community of the Osage Nation. Included at PRT are the following:... Topics: Louis Gray, Osage Nation, Reginald Angus Argue, Angus McLeod, COOP Radio, 102.7 fm, CFRO
Interview with Texas regional top actress Pam Dougherty about playing Violet in Tracy Lett's Tony-winning play August: Osage County in its southwest regional premiere at Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre Topics: August: Osage County, Tracy letts, Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre, Pam Dougherty
The author ascended the Missouri River in company with the Pacific Fur Company's expedition 1811, under command of Wilson P. Hunt Topics: Bradbury, John, 1768-1823, Indians of North America, Botany, Osage language
Independent arts journalist Alexandra Bonifield interviews regional stage director Rene Moreno on his upcoming directorial project for Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre -- Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning August: Osage County, opening October 7 in Oklahoma City. Visit www.cityrep.com Topics: Rene Moreno, August: Osage County, Alexandra Bonifield, Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre, Tracy Letts
Hosts Christopher Spicer and Scott Martin look at four 2013 pictures that deal with family and how they shape us. That is likely the most these very different pictures have in common. The critics are divided this week as it isn't four straight recommendations from both. Check it out to find out which ones were hits and which caused some disagreements. Topics: Movies, Reviews, August Osage County, Philomena, The Way Way Back, Saving Mr. Banks.
Kenneth H. Winn tells the seldom-heard story of Indian agent George Sibley and Ellen Lorr, whose failure to marry touched off a legal and political battle in early 1800s Missouri. This event took place on May 16, 2010, at the Central Library. In 1812 Sibley asked Lorr, the daughter of his Indian language interpreter, to live with him, making a written promise to protect her from the "frown of fortune." When the War of 1812 drove them from Fort Osage, near present-day Kansas City, to... Topics: Kenneth H. Winn, George Sibley, history, fort osage, war of 1812, kansas city, kansas city public...
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Bradbury, John, b. 1768, Pacific Fur Company, Indians of North America, Overland journeys to the... Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=lXAFAAAAQAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Pam talks about her performance in Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre's production of August: Osage County Topics: This week in the arts, twita, pam dougherty, august osage county, critical rant and rave, dallas,...
Chih Kil Leh The picture is a scan from Reverand Washburn's text concerning the end of the Cherokee and Osage War ---Arkansas to Oklahoma. Chih Kil Leh is Washburn's spelling of the name and this in itself may be proof that Chickalee is garbled by writers upon historical documents and surveys. This entry by Washburn was in the particular print of Reminiscences on page 185 and it seems to relate to the treaty between the Cherokee and Osage peoples. Topics: Reminiscences of the Indians, Cephas Washburn, Cherokee, Arkansas Cherokees, Cherokee chiefs,...
This weekâs show includes interviews with Janet Wong of the Bill T. Jones Arnie Zane Dance Company and C. Nicholas Morris. Mark Lowryâs review this week is of August: Osage County. Topics: janet wong, bill t jones, arnie zane, dance company, dance, theater, theatre, this week in the...
A signed Native American treaty between Cherokee leaders and Osage leaders dated 09 August 1822. In the body of the document's articles is the additional mention of a Cherokee chief Chekeli. The chief Chekeli may have been mentioned in Reminiscences of the Indians - Cephas Washburn. The name may also appear in application to the Eastern Cherokee 40269 as Chickalee. Cephas Washburn wrote the name of Chekeli as Chih Kil Leh and his description of the event seems to be related to the 09 August... Topics: Chekeli, tsikili, chickalee, Chekilleh, Chickalah, Cherokee, Osage, treaty, 1822, Western Cherokee,...